Bio

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah is a mother, a wife, a boss, an advocate, and a humanitarian. She once said, “I just wake up and feel like a re...

My Jordan

    Special thanks to Kharabeesh.com for creating this video When people come to Jordan, they find a country that is safe...

The Right Start

  Education is a human right for every child.   But, it is also a tool for climbing out of poverty, a defence against disease,...

Jordan River Foundation

  For over a decade, the Jordan River Foundation (JRF) has strived to bring relief, security, and opportunity to those Jordanians who need...

Sustainable Development

  Jordan, along with several other Arab nations, is increasingly weaving the tenets of sustainable practices into day-to-day business. ...

1GOAL

 In August 2009, 1GOAL kicked off at Wembley Stadium with famous footballers... In September, President Clinton backed 1GOAL... In Oc...

Spread the Word

 Everyone knows that education is important, but just how valuable is it really? Here we have ten snappy, bite-sized facts for you to tell you...

Madrasati

  Going to school should be a memorable mixture of experiences:  learning and laughter, creativity and critical thinking, nurturing a...

Jordan Education Initiative

  As part of our commitment to prepare Jordan’s children for the demands of the 21st Century workplace, seven years ago, at the World Econ...

Queen Rania Al Abdullah Award for Distinguished Teacher

  More than politicians, armies, or businessmen, teachers are the single most powerful force shaping our nation. They hold key roles not j...

Queen Rania Teacher Academy

    The Teachers Academy is one of the latest pillars in Jordan’s education reform. It stands as a symbol of our determination to ...

Al Aman Fund

  Children are our most precious resource; we cherish them, protect them, and nurture them. Unfortunately, orphans are at risk of never ex...

The Royal Health Awareness Society

  The Royal Health Awareness Society (RHAS) is Jordan’s guide and conscience when it comes to our health. In collaboration with ministries...

The Children’s Museum

  This day was a long time coming. May 22, 2007: the doors of Jordan’s first children’s museum opened. It was the realization of a pers...

Incredible India – Arrival

Blog & Op-eds | March 01, 2006
Recently, I was fortunate to visit India, Delhi specifically, for the first time.  I would like to share my first impressions of this amazing and...

Incredible India – Friday

Blog & Op-eds | March 03, 2006
Light showers overnight meant a cooler morning, a welcome change to the previous evening.  I was grateful; we had a busy day ahead. We set o...

Incredible India – Saturday

Blog & Op-eds | March 04, 2006
With 25 million babies born annually in India, ensuring they all have a safe and healthy start to life is a considerable challenge. This morning, I vi...

Morocco – A word from…

Blog & Op-eds | June 01, 2007
In January this year, I was honored to become UNICEF’s first Eminent Advocate for Children, and delighted to learn that my first working trip would be...

Morocco – The next day…

Blog & Op-eds | June 02, 2007
The following morning work began.  Morocco, like Jordan, understands the importance of educating girls.  We know that if you get girls in...

Morocco – Later that day…

Blog & Op-eds | June 02, 2007
Afterwards, I visited Dar Al Taliba and Dar Al Fatat, two girls’ hostels, funded by the King Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity- another of Morocco’...

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